color-sensitive

color-sensitive

[′kəl·ər ‚sen·səd·iv]
(graphic arts)
Referring to a photographic emulsion which is not color-blind.
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The ColorFab printing medium contains a base dye, a photo catalyst, and a color-sensitive "photochromic" ink.
The thing is, if you look for a sustained period through the filter, you're stimulating only one set of color-sensitive receptors in the back of the eye.
Crappie can also be very color-sensitive, so if the lure you're using isn't working, try switching colors.
Within each of our cells are color-sensitive chemicals.
The color-sensitive casting also makes Mitch's abject adoration of Blanche all the more touching in the scenes beautifully underplayed by Wood Harris ("The Wire") and Parker.
If you're producing color-sensitive productions on-the-go, you simply have to have it.
Suited for color-sensitive microscopy applications including brightfield, clinical, and industrial microscopy, the camera provides high color reproduction.
Another possible trade-off would be to utilize 80-plus CRI LED products for all the ambient lighting to lower the space's overall watts per sq ft and then deploy more costeffective, yet exceptional color rendering, low-voltage MR16 or ceramic metal halide solutions for color-sensitive areas.
This condition results from an absence of color-sensitive pigment in the cone cells of the retina.
It's important to look directly at double stars to see their tints--using the color-sensitive cone cells at the center of your eye--instead of using the averted vision that's so helpful for glimpsing faint deep-sky wonders.
They may prove useful for the iron fortification of such foods as color-sensitive foods, including extruded artificial rice grains, salt, chocolate-based drinks and fruit yogurt.
But bullfrogs have a second type of rod that appears to be color-sensitive.